We all love our inventions and like to keep them as pure as possible. After all simplicity in a product takes you a long way. sprinkling a perfect inventions with useless features destroys the one thing you didn’t say no to.
The world experiences seasons through out the year, each hemisphere is basically alternating the seasonal changes at the same time and more often than not, there will be some locations where the seasons are fabulous. Some places the weather is very predictable and the forecast is right on the dot. Where as in other places the weather is extremely unpredictable. We as humans are so often comfortable with a known routine. It is something that enables us to lose the edge. An edge that enables the ability for the mind to be creative and makes it very easy to detect patterns and flourish with the availability of uncertainty. Life as we know it mimics what it explores in the nature.
As modern humans we tend to lose focus on the most important thing that nature teaches us. Change is the only Constant. We love to drive our cars, using the same route everyday, sitting through the same traffic, and impressively tackling the same issues day-in, day-out. We forget that to excel and achieve greatness we have to move on and challenge our minds, live on the edge and staying out of our comfort zones. Because the day we start getting comfortable in a position, in a routine well versed, we start to do the same things everyday, we start to feel that something missing. We can’t quite put a finger on that which is missing, but our gut knows that either something will happen or a big change is certainly around the corner.
In a very excellent book that I read a few months ago, it talked about Cheese, and the title of the book “Who Moved My Cheese?” It talks about an Amazing analogy of how to deal with change in the work-place and home-life. It has a very positive way of thinking about cheese that was moved.
So instead of getting comfortable, living on the edge and out of the comfort-zone is the best way to master your own-self.
Seasons bring the same experience as losing a comfortable spot in the sun, it might be very sunny and hot one day and stormy and gloomy the other, the rapid changes in weather also cause sinuses and allergies in humans. We look at the shrubs and the trees as they change colors and lose the leaves. A company can be regarded as the tree and the workers of the company can be regarded as the leaves which literally change every year. This makes it absolutely impossible to count the blessings on the tree to keep the same leaf around for longer period of time. Since the leaf can only provide so much photosynthesis.
The leaf does for the tree, which the tree cannot do for itself, and hence it hires several leaves. It trains them and teaches them what needs to be done. In this Life you want to pay yourself first by being at your best performance, and deliver the ultimate productivity that you can.
Today was a wonderfully designed day. I’m just excited that there was some good traffic on the blog. For some reason the internet sucks today! I have no clue what got into it. But I’ve restarted my pc a couple of times and the web is just not doing great anymore.
That is definitely not the question that pops in my mind, but hey if I were to respond to everything that was going out there, I don’t think I’d have the time to perform my duties.
But hey, I’m best known for listening and reading, I’m learning to talk and write in the process, but I still don’t have enough sentence structures or vocabulary to devise a sentence which would en tale all things.
Which kinda reminds me of the movie “The Hitch-hikers guide to the galaxy” Amazing concept and movie. The answer of all questions and the question to all answers.
This is my first post as in all inclusions to be certainly clear about the fact that what I just said made no sense whatsoever to anyone even if it did, they probably got the meanings that I did not intend to display in the first place.
I’m not really liking this keyboard since it makes a lot of noise and if I were to type any faster it would actually hurt my fingers rather than break this keyboard.